Jamison Utter | Senrio
Natural curiosity has taken Jamison beyond the technical hack into the workings of the criminal industry; how and why malware is written, how people make money at it (why do they keep doing it) and what are the motivations. Similarly, personal interests push an understanding of the human side of technology and how it effects our lives, our future, and our minds.
At this point, it should seem clear we are losing the cyber war. Digital security is getting worse because of lock-in. So how is this impacting our security posture? Jamison Utter explains.
Jamison Utter explores the ransomware threat from the ‘other side’: the commoditization of cybercrime, and more specifically, why it’s happening.
Jamison Utter looks to shift the cybersecurity model from one of being a cop to one of being a spy. Will this help companies be more successful in mitigating their cyber risk?
Jamison Utter explores the relationship between business values and cybersecurity; a look at the impact of business models being too concerned with bottom lines, stock prices, and shareholder expectations.
You can chase the ambulance or you can drive more safely and set a good example to help avoid the accidents in the first place.
In our constant crusade to stop cybercrime and fight the good fight against our invisible enemy, we (the good guys) seem to have lost sight of one of the most important things we are trying to protect.
Ever get that feeling where the person on the other end of the incoming phone isn't who they claim to be? What about that time you needed to contact your bank so you click the link in the email to find the bank's number - ever wonder if it's a legitimate number? Maybe you should think twice. Twice authenticated, that is.